Conservative radio host Mark Levin is not happy that supporters of Republican Congressman Ron Paul are flooding his websites with “obnoxious” comments. On his show yesterday, Levin described this “mob” of people and didn’t hesitate for a moment to let his listeners know what he truly felt about Paul’s fans.
Levin is particularly annoyed by the fact that commenters on his website, who apparently self-identify as Paul supporters, write hateful comments and repeatedly link to other websites. Levin says:
“Now some of you may be thinking about Ron Paul – I promise you, his followers are the biggest a-holes of them all. Not necessarily because of what they believe, but the way they express themselves. They’re obnoxious. They’re like Marxists, really. The mob mentality, the language, true believers, and yet there is a lot that is sensible, particularly on the Rand Paul side of the family when it comes to the Constitution, and economics and so forth.”
Later Levin even describes some of Paul’s supporters as 9/11 truthers and as Jew haters. However, it seems that if Levin was hoping to stop this “mob” from leaving hateful comments, then provoking them with such name-calling might not have been the wisest strategy?
Listen to the clip below from The Mark Levin Show:
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